Boston Town will travel to face Eynesbury Rovers in the UCL Premier this Saturday.
In an extremely tight division, Mark Angel’s side know that three points could close the gap on their opponents and help climb the table.
Before last night’s fixtures, which didn’t include the Poachers, Town sat in 16th place in the Premier division, albeit five points behind their eighth-placed opponents and with a game in hand.
Town’s match against Rothwell Corinthians at the DWB Stadium was postponed on Saturday due to a waterlogged pitch.
Former Town defender Jason Callaby has returned to the club and will act as Angel’s assistant manager.
Coach Leighton Atkin has also joined the backroom staff.
Meanwhile winger Luke Rayner-Mistry and defender Kyle McGuigan have joined the playing staff from Skegness Town and Skegness United respectively.